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This is known as the "placebo effect." A patient is told that a prescription will
produce a certain beneficial side effect — and it does — even though there is no
medication in the pill that could produce it. A physician may give a placebo either
which had received the drug, showed about the same improvement over the
placebo group that the placebo group showed over the first group. Thus,
although the drug made an important difference in longevity and health, the
placebo effect ...
Suddenly we recognized that our Japanese patients' beliefs about radiation were
created, probably on an unconscious level, by the effects of the atomic bomb. To
a middle-aged Japanese, who recalled the destruction of Hiroshima and ...
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This book profiles the typical "Cancer personality": how an individual's reaction to stress and other emotional factors can contribute to the onset and progress of cancer--and how positive ... Läs hela recensionen
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The Search for the Causes of Cancer
The Link Between Stress and Illness
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